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Roam bus kills black bear in Banff

Roam bus kills black bear in Banff

A Roam Transit bus struck and killed a black bear in Banff on Aug. 1 when two black bears ran out in front of the bus around 10:45 p.m.
Nakoda Banff Indian Days returns to traditional land

Nakoda Banff Indian Days returns to traditional land

With Stoney Nakoda people of all ages attending, the organizers said they want to focus on passing along their traditional language and practices to the next generation with this years theme as the Nakoda language
Woman posts video alleging racist assault in Banff National Park

Woman posts video alleging racist assault in Banff National Park

In her tweet, the woman said she was assaulted by a man on a trail who told her to "go back to her country." 
RCMP warn ‘someone is going to get hurt soon’

RCMP warn ‘someone is going to get hurt soon’

“They really put themselves in jeopardy by disobeying the laws. Someone is going to get killed one of these days.”
Demands for better pay for Parks Canada workers delayed

Demands for better pay for Parks Canada workers delayed

The union representing national park employees has declared an impasse over contract negotiations, including pay. The Public Service Alliance says if an agreement with the government can't be reached members will have the right to strike.
Plains bison reaching new heights in Banff National Park

Plains bison reaching new heights in Banff National Park

It’s been one year since the bisons have been reintroduced into Banff National Park and they are reaching new heights.
New guide highlights staff accommodations in the Bow Valley

New guide highlights staff accommodations in the Bow Valley

Out of the 5,500 plus staff accommodations in the Bow Valley, Banff provides the most with 2,930 beds, Lake Louise provides 1,661 beds, Kananaskis provides 540 beds and Canmore provides 453
Scrambler struck by lightning ‘beyond lucky’

Scrambler struck by lightning ‘beyond lucky’

Three people were struck by lightning or electrical ground currents while scrambling in Banff National Park during a severe thunderstorm last weekend
Black bear activity in Banff and Canmore heightens

Black bear activity in Banff and Canmore heightens

Black bear activity in Banff and Canmore is heightened this summer compared to previous years – wildlife managers believe the wetter and later spring has kept bears in the valley bottoms longer feasting on green-up
Canmore man charged in relation to break and enters from Banff resorts

Canmore man charged in relation to break and enters from Banff resorts

Wayne Clear, 56, from Canmore is facing four charges including break and enter and mischief after Banff RCMP caught him breaking into a room at Buffalo Mountain Lodge on Tunnel Mountain